Joe Randell’s work as CEO of Chorus Aviation Inc. has earned him a little recognition.
The former Corner Brook resident is this year’s EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 Atlantic winner for his role with the aviation services organization.
“Joe has played a vital role shaping the landscape of the Canadian airline industry,” said Gina Kinsman, EY Entrepreneur of the Year Atlantic program director.
“He’s navigated some turbulent times, but his strong management and entrepreneurial mindset has, and will continue, to guide him to success.”
Chorus Aviation Inc. owns Jazz Aviation, Voyageur Aviation and Chorus Aviation Capital. Together, they provide a suite of regional aviation services to customers around the world, including contracted flying operations, maintenance, repair and overhaul expertise, aircraft partings provisioning, airport operations, and aircraft leasing solutions.
As the Atlantic regions EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2017, Randell will compete with top entrepreneurs from across Canada for the national honour of Entrepreneur of the Year, which will be presented at a gala celebration on Nov. 30 in Toronto.
In June 2018, the national winner will move to the world stage to compete with more than 50 country recipients for the title of EY World Entrepreneur of the Year.
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